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Song & Story is gone but not forgotten

    Song & Story is gone but not forgotten

Every other Thursday, local artists shared their music and their stories with the community through Song & Story, a Denton Radio show where singers and songwriters could connect via their

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Spiderwebs in the SilverLeaf

    Spiderwebs in the SilverLeaf

Matthew Sallack takes the stage at Dan’s SilverLeaf on Saturday night, surrounded by pastel balloons and silver hanging stars that could easily be found in one of The Cure’s music

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An old basement for a new generation

    An old basement for a new generation

The sound of guitars and saxophones rise through the floorboards of J&J’s Pizza on the Square for one of the first times in 16 months. In the reopened Ol’ Dirty

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Denton’s music scene will always thrive

    Denton’s music scene will always thrive

Navigating through Facebook’s “events near me,” it’s easy to see Denton has no shortage in music events. Whether it be a house show, a local bar, LSA’s rooftop or right

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Oaktopia in Photos: Saturday

    Oaktopia in Photos: Saturday

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The Dose: 35 Denton plays hand in city’s rejuvenation

    The Dose: 35 Denton plays hand in city’s rejuvenation

Byron Thompson / Senior Staff Photographer Rock from every age and walk rolls through the revamped Hickory Street Corridor. Bright

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Brave Combo keeps Denton close at heart

    Brave Combo keeps Denton close at heart

Dalton LaFerney / Senior Staff Writer In 1979, Carl Finch started Brave Combo, a band with a vocation for musical

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Denton-based band set for future success

    Denton-based band set for future success

Matt Wood / Senior Staff Writer Hunched around a table at Riprocks, members of The (Sunsets) hotly debate heavy topics

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The lowdown in Lil’ D Aug. 26 – 30

    The lowdown in Lil’ D  Aug. 26 – 30

By Kaleigh Gremaud/Intern As a new school year starts, one thing many, if not all, college students wonder is what

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Positive spin: vinyl sales surge for a new generation

    Positive spin: vinyl sales surge for a new generation

Nicholas Friedman // Staff Writer It has been almost 25 years since vinyl records left the mainstream music market because

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